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Introduction to Jevero
Jevero is a powerful pattern engineering plugin for Rhinoceros, designed to streamline your pattern engineering and footwear development workflows, from design to production.
Jevero is primarily designed for pattern engineers, footwear developers, and designers in the footwear industry.
Jevero stands out for its ease of use, flexibility, and ability to support both basic and advanced workflows. It also offers a variety of customization options, including the ability to automate workflows and integrate the tool into your toolchain.
Jevero is passionate about collaborating with academic institutions and design schools to share their passion for CAD pattern engineering. They aim to inspire and equip the next generation of designers and engineers with the necessary tools to excel in the field of footwear development.
Despite being a very young software, Jevero is used all around the world to produce tons of shoes. Check the Jevero in the world page to find out all the locations where it’s used!
Jevero Features and Integration
Jevero offers a variety of tools and features that can help users work faster, smarter, and more efficiently. It allows for seamless collaboration with team members, leverages the power of Rhino’s 2D and 3D modeling capabilities, and accelerates time-to-market.
Jevero supports all the major file extensions on the market, including Crispin Engineer .shoe and .pat files.
Yes, Jevero is tightly integrated with Rhinoceros, which means you can share your models with anyone who uses the software, even if they don’t have the plugin installed.
Jevero Pattern is a plugin that enables shoe pattern design in Rhinoceros 7. It is a software tool that simplifies the process of designing shoe patterns in Rhinoceros 7.
The three main stages of shoe pattern engineering in Jevero are pattern design, part management, and model grading.
The Dependency Tree is a tool used in Jevero to help pattern engineers quickly manage and edit prototypes and models. It involves using baselines to control other entities in a parametric way.
Jevero has one of the most intuitive and fast grading systems out there. You can develop, edit, and manage every single size very quickly.
Installation and Support
Jevero Pattern is a Windows-based software tool. To install it, you need to have Rhinoceros 7 already installed on your computer.
The Jevero Pattern trial period is 30 days. After the trial period expires, you will need to purchase a license to continue using Jevero Pattern.
If you experience any issues during the Jevero Pattern installation process, you can reach out to their customer support team for assistance. They can be reached through their website or email.
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Tips and Usage
The beginning tips for using Jevero include using the “J_” prefix for all commands, using keyboard shortcuts for faster workflow, understanding the importance of the base curve/baseline, and using the Help panel for quick assistance.
Jevero enables users to export pattern files in a plethora of file formats, such as Atom (.die), Comelz, Lectra(.l2n)), HPGL, and many others. With Jevero, users can seamlessly export their pattern files in various industry-standard formats, ensuring compatibility with different manufacturing and cutting machines.
Jevero is a versatile digital pattern-making software that facilitates the import of several file formats, including AI, SVG, PDF, and other Rhino-supported formats. Additionally, Jevero also supports the import of Crispin (.shoe, .pat) files that contain grading data.